Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Poverty row entrepreneur John R. Freuler's Big Four Corporation released this oater produced by one of Hollywood's few women producers, Flora E. Douglas. Douglas did not deal in filmmaking on the grand scale, to say the least, and Firebrand Jordan played the hinterlands only. Yakima Canutt, while probably the finest stuntman of his era, did not possess a heroic voice and was demoted to character parts in talkies. The hero here was Lane Chandler a strapping young actor who, like Canutt, was really better-suited to playing villains. Chandler plays a cowboy on the trail of a gang of counterfeiters.